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- adj. of or relating to computation, computational
- adj. calculating, shrewdly or selfishly reckoning
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Given to computation; calculating.
“A vedro [2 3/4 gallons] and a half to the cauldron!” whispered the ex-soldier with a computative grunt as he gained his feet.
Adopting, the additional computative burden imposed by it notwithstanding, Schonfeld's modification of Airy's formulæ, he introduced into his equations a fifth unknown quantity expressive of a possible stellar drift in galactic longitude.
"A vedro [2 3/4 gallons] and a half to the cauldron!" whispered the ex-soldier with a computative grunt as he gained his feet.
Eagles, but the latter's computative mind was out of sympathy with zeal of the tumid description; though quite capable of working himself into madness on the details of the Budget, John was easily soothed by his friend's calmer habits of debate.
Indians General Manager Mark Shapiro spoke out against what he called "a computative smear campaign" that has left fans 'believing the Indians might reach a level of vague adequacy in the 2010 season.
“computative” system of Protothetic, mentioned in Section